The government on Saturday raised fiscal deficit target to 3.8 per cent of the GDP from 3.3 per cent pegged earlier for 2019-20 due to revenue
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Friday lowered the fiscal deficit target to 3.3 per cent for the current fiscal from the earlier estimate
Niti Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar on Tuesday said that he was more concerned about the rising trade deficit than the falling rupee, and called
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said the fiscal situation should be comfortable next financial year and there are no worries at the
The Reserve Bank has opted for the widely expected status quo in key rates citing inflation concerns and flagged risks from wider fiscal deficit.
The Union Budget 2018-19 is pragmatic in its approach, and visionary in nature. In the current scenario where state and general elections are
Budget 2018 was the last full budget before the next General Election as early as late 2018, there have been apprehension that Central Government
Agriculture and rural sector has been the back bone of any economy in the world and more so especially in India. The revival and dominance of the
The fiscal deficit will overshoot to 3.5% from the earlier estimate of 3.2% in the current fiscal, ending March 31, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
India’s fiscal deficit at the end of November breached the target and touched 112 per cent of the budget estimate for 2017-18 mainly due to
Battling criticism over the economy, the government stressed that India’s economy is strong and is set to achieve heights in future. Union
In absolute terms, the fiscal deficit - difference between expenditure and revenue - was Rs 5.25 lakh crore during April-August, 2017-18.
Finance minister Arun Jaitley's budget proposals for the financial year 2016-17 failed to cheer sovereign credit rating agencies. While Fithch
India's fiscal deficit was Rs 4.88 lacs crore or $71.90 billion during the first nine months of this financial year that ends in March. This is